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FCIAC Going Back to Old Format for Baseball Tournament

It seems like we have been in a never-ending cycle of controversy in high school sports the last two weeks. Finally, we have someone doing something right, and not surprisingly it is the Fairfield

Westhill’s Loss Turns Into An Unofficial W

The Westhill softball team heads to the field for a final intrasquad game after learning that its season had ended. Kathleen O’Rourke/Staff Photographer The Westhill High School softball team won its

Vikings’ Season Over

The Westhill High School softball team’s season ended today — with the players taking part in an intrasquad scrimmage. Moments earlier, coach Tom Pia had to tell his team that Norwich Free Academy’s

Westhill’s Season Over?

Unless its gets an 11th hour reprieve, the Westhill High School softball team’s season is over. According to Vikings coach Tom Pia, the CIAC has upheld NFA’s protest this morning and told the team not

NFA Appealing CIAC’s Ruling

The saga following yesterday’s Westhill-NFA state tournament softball game continues. Westhill coach Tom Pia just called: NFA is appealing to the CIAC the protest that the Vikings won and does not

Double Chek: Let The Games Begin

(This is the latest in a series of entries by guest bloggers throughout the high school spring sports season. Mike Nemchek and his daughter Sammi, who is entering her fourth year as a starter on

Westhill’s Perfect Weekend Spoiled

There was the prom on Friday and the softball team’s FCIAC championship yesterday. But a perfect weekend for Westhill High School was spoiled this afternoon when the baseball team lost to Staples in

Giordano Named Third Team Academic All-American

Marist senior shortstop Melissa Giordano was named a third team Academic All-American by ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA on Wednesday. Giordano, a former Stamford High School star, is the second Marist

CIAC’s Incompetence No Help to Westhill

One of the more interesting debates among high school coaches is which means more: an FCIAC or state championship? I’ve heard arguments on both sides. That question will be at the forefront the next

Power Play: Saying Good Knight

(This is the latest in a series of entries by guest bloggers throughout the high school spring sports season. Stamford High senior Emily Powers, a starting defender for the school’s two-time state